Everywhere you look, there’s a piece of pop-culture history up for sale. Everywhere you go, an artist is hawking some questionable memorabilia. But when you’re lost out there and you’re all alone, there’s a real-estate listing for a beautiful San Francisco Victorian that was once home to the Tanner brood. That’s right, the real-life Full House house is officially on the market. For just over $4 million, you can lay claim to the site of so many quickly-resolved dramas as well as innumerable hugs—and you won’t even have to tolerate having a failed comedian living in your basement.
The Victorian home is being sold by Vanguard Properties, which posted several pictures of a luxe interior that stands in stark contrast to the homier look of the show’s sets. There’s no step at the entrance where every member of the TV family dutifully waited their turn for a hug or kiss goodbye, nor is there a nook in the living room or a swinging door to the kitchen, both of which led to many a misunderstanding or injury. In their place you’ll find a massive wine fridge, lots of books, and many hanging pieces of art, one of which features the silhouette of a nude woman that would have landed its previous, fictional owners in big trouble, mister.
You needn’t worry that this transaction will hinder the second season of Fuller House you’ve already been promised. A replica was built for filming, and even the original series only used exterior shots of the Victorian.